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Vieillissement cognitif difficile

  • Alzheimer, le grand leurre. Saint-Jean O., Favereau E. (2018). Michalon.
  • Penser autrement le vieillissement. Van der Linden M., Juillerat Van der Linden A.-C. (2014). Madraga.
  • Le Mythe de la maladie d’Alzheimer. Whitehouse P. J., George D. (2012). De Boeck.

Effets de l’approche Montessori (ou d’approches similaires) :

  • Montessori-based activities for long-term care residents with advanced dementia: Effects on engagement and affect. Orsulic-Jeras, S., Judge, K.S., & Camp, C.J. (2000). The Gerontologist, 40(1), 107-11.
  • Use of Montessori-based activities for clients with dementia in adult day care: Effects on engagement. Judge, K. S., Camp, C. J., & Orsulic-Jeras, S. (2000). American Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease, 15, 42-46.
  • Montessori improved cognitive domains in Adults with Alzheimer’s Disease. Vance D.E., Johns R.N. (2002). Physical & Occupational Therapy in Geriatrics, 20(3/4) 2002
  • Use of Montessori-Based Activities by Visitors of Nursing Home Residents with Dementia. Schneider N.M., Camp C.J. (2002). Clinical Gerontologist, 26(1), 71-84.
  • Montessori-based training makes a difference for home health workers and their clients. Gorzelle G.J., Kaiser K., Camp C.J. (2003). CARING Magazine, 22, 40-42.
  • Resident-Assisted Montessori Programming (RAMP): training persons with dementia to serve as group activity leaders. Camp C.J., Skrajner M.J. (2004). The Gerontologist, 44(3), 426-31.
  • Effects of intergenerational Montessori-based activities programming on engagement of nursing home residents with dementia. Lee M.M., Camp C.J., Malone M.L. (2007). Journal of Clinical Interventions in Aging, 2(3), 477-83.
  • Using acupressure and Montessori-based activities to decrease agitation for residents with dementia: a cross-over trial. Lin L.C., Yang M.H., Kao C.C., Wu S.C., Tang S.H., Lin J.G. (2009). Journal of the American Geriatric Society, 57(6),1022-29.
  • Using the Montessori Approach with a clientele with cognitive impairments: A quasi-experimental design. Giroux D., Robichaud L., Paradis M. (2010). International Journal of Aging and Human Development, 7(1), 23-41.
  • Using a Montessori method to increase eating ability for institutionalized residents with dementia: a crossover design. Lin L.C., Huang Y.J., Watson R., Wu S.C., Lee Y.C. (2011). Journal of Clinical Nursing, 20(21-22), 3092-3101.
  • The moderating effect of nutritional status on depressive symptoms in veteran elders with dementia: a spaced retrieval combined with Montessori-based activities Wu H.S., Lin L.C. (2013). Journal of Advanced Nursing
  • A randomized Cross-Over Trial to Study the Effect of Personnalized, One-toone Interaction Using Montessori-based Activities on Agitation, Affect and Engagment in Nursing Homes Residents with Dementia. van der Ploeg E.S., Eppingstall B., Camp C.J., Runci S.J., Taffe J., O’Connor D.W. (2013). International Psychogeriatrics, 25(4), 565-75.
  • Caring for people with dementia in residential aged care: successes with a composite person-centered care model featuring Montessori-based activities. Roberts G., Morley C., Walters W., Malta S., Doyle C. (2015). Geriatric Nursing, 36(2), 106-10.
  • The Lifestyle Engagement Activity Program (LEAP): Implementing Social and Recreational Activity into Case-Managed Home Care Low L.F., Baker J.R., Harrison F., Jeon Y.H., Haertsch M., Camp C.J., Skropeta M. (2015). Journal of the American Medical Directors Association (JAMDA), 16, 1069-1076
  • Effects of Sustained Coordinate Activities Programming in Long-Term Care: the Memory in Rhythm Program. DeWitt-Hoblit, I., Miller, M.N., Camp, C.J. (2016). Advances in Aging Research 5 : 1-8.
  • A Systematic Review of Montessori-Based Activities for Persons With Dementia Sheppard C.L., McArthur C., Hitzig S.L. (2016) Journal of the American Medical Directors Association (JAMDA), 17, 117-122.
  • Montessori-based activities among persons with late-stage dementia: Evaluation of mental and behavioral health outcomes. Wilks S.E., Boyd P.A., Bates S.M., Cain D.S, Geiger J.R. (2017). Dementia, 0(0), 1-20Ù.
  • Positive Interactive Engagement (PIE): A pilot qualitative case study evaluation of a person-centred dementia care programme based on Montessori principles. Booth S., Zizzo G., Robertson J., Goodwin I.G. (2018). Dementia, 0(0), 1-17.
  • Adam, S., E. Bonsang, C. Grotz & S. Perelman (2013). “Occupational activity and cognitive reserve: implications in terms of prevention of cognitive aging and Alzheimer’s disease”. Clinical Interventions in Aging, 8 377–390

Les approches centrées sur la personne : perspectives générales

  • J. Cohen-Mansfield (2003). « Nonpharmacologic Interventions for Psychotic Symptoms in Dementia”. Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry and Neurology 16; 219
  • M. Van der Linden (2018). « Pour une neuropsychologie clinique intégrative et centrée sur la vie quotidienne ». Rev Neuropsychol ; 10 (1) : 41-6
  • M. Van der Linden & A-C Juillerat (2014). Penser autrement le vieillissement, Collection : PSY-Théories, débats, synthèses
  • Camp, C., M. Bourgeois, & J. Erkes. “Person – Centered Care as treatment for Dementia”. Working paper. Center for Applied Research in Dementia.
  • Edvardsson D, Innes A. Measuring Person-centered Care: A Critical Comparative Review of Published Tools. Gerontologist [Internet]. 2010 Dec 1 [cited 2019 Feb 23];50(6):834–46.
  • Banerjee, S. The use of antipsychotic medication for people with dementia: Time for action. report for the Minister of State for Care Services
  • Kitwood, T.M. (1997). Dementia reconsidered: the person comes First. Buckingham: Open University Press.
  • Morgan S, Yoder LH. A Concept Analysis of Person-Centered Care. J Holist Nurs [Internet]. 2012 30(1):6–15.
  • Kroes M, Garcia-Stewart S, Allen F, Eyssen M, Paulus D. Dementia: which non-pharmacological interventions? Good Clinical Practice (GCP). Brussels; 2011.

Evaluation des (in)capacités:

  • Erkes, J., C. Camp, S. Raffard, MC. Gély-Nareot, & S. Bayard (2019). “Assessment of capabilities in persons with advanced stage of dementia: Validation of The Montessori Assessment System (MAS)”. Dementia, 18(5), 1840-1857.
  • Folstein,M. F., Folstein, S. E. and McHugh, P. R. (1975).Mini-Mental State: a practical method for grading the cognitive state of patients for the clinician. Journal of Psychiatric Research, 12, 189–198.
  • Burgener SC, Dickerson-Putman J. Assessing Patients in the Early Stages of Irreversible Dementia. J Gerontol Nurs [Internet]. 1999 Feb 1 [cited 2019 Feb 23];25(2):33–41.

L’utilisation des psychotropes:

  • Peisah, C.& E. Skladzien (2014). THE USE OF RESTRAINTS AND PSYCHOTROPIC MEDICATIONS IN PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA. ALZHEIMER’S AUSTRALIA, PAPER 38
  • Banerjee, S. et al. (2011). “Sertraline or mirtazapine for depression in dementia (HTA-SADD): a randomised, multicentre, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial”. Lancet; 378: 403–1
  • Husebo, B.S., Ballard, C., Sandvik, R., Nilsen, O.B., & Aarslamd, D. (2011). “Efficacy of treating pain to reduce behavioural disturbances in residents of nursing homes with dementia: cluster randomized clinical trial”. British Medical Journal,
  • Nelson, J.C., & Devanand, D.P. (2011). « A systematic review and meta-analysis of placebo-controlled antidepressant studies in people with depression and dementia”. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 59, 577-585.
  • Schneider,L.S., Dagerman,K.and Insel,P.S. (2006). Efficacy and adverse effects of atypical antipsychotics for dementia: meta-analysis of randomized, placebo-controlled trials. American Journal of GeriatricPsychiatry, 14, 191–210.
  • Kim SK, Park M. Effectiveness of person-centered care on people with dementia: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Clin Interv Aging [Internet]. 2017 Feb [cited 2019 Feb 23];Volume 12:381–97.

La « maladie » Alzheimer:

  • Van Audenhove Chantal, Spruytte Nele, Detroyer Elke, De Coster Iris, Declercq Anja, Ylieff Michel, Squelard Gilles, Misotten Pierre (2009). « Les soins aux personnes atteintes de la maladie d’Alzheimer ou d’une maladie apparentée: perspectives et enjeux ». Fondation Roi Baudoin Série : Apprivoiser la maladie d’Alzheimer (et les maladies apparentées).
  • Carbonnelle S, Casini A, Klein O. Les représentations sociales de la démence.: de l’alarmiste vers une image plus nuancée: Une perspective socio-anthropologique et psychosociale. 2009 [cited 2015 Aug 18];
  • Casini A, Carbonnelle S, Klein O, Charlot V. Difficultés perçues et stratégies de coping à la lumière des représentations sociales de la maladie d’Alzheimer: Une étude auprès des personnes atteintes. 2008.
  • Georges, DR., SH Qualls, CJ Camp, & PJ Whitehouse (2013). “Renovating Alzheimer’s: « constructive » reflections on the new clinical and research diagnostic guidelines”. Gerontologist; 53(3):378-87.
  • Buntinx, F., De Lepeleire, J, Fontaine, O., Ylieff, M. (2002). Rapport final Qualidem 1999-2002. Leuven – Liège: Qualidem.
  • Prince M, Bryce R, Albanese E, Wimo A, Ribeiro W, Ferri CP. The global prevalence of dementia: A systematic review and metaanalysis. Alzheimer’s Dement [Internet]. 2013 Jan [cited 2017 Apr 21];9(1):63–75.e2.
  • Ferri CP, Prince M, Brayne C, Brodaty H, Fratiglioni L, Ganguli M, et al. Global prevalence of dementia: a Delphi consensus study. Lancet [Internet]. 2005 Dec [cited 2017 Apr 21];366(9503):2112–7.
  • Sosa-Ortiz AL, Acosta-Castillo I, Prince MJ. Epidemiology of Dementias and Alzheimer’s Disease. Arch Med Res [Internet]. 2012 Nov [cited 2017 Apr 21];43(8):600–8.

Les aidants-proches:

  • Reid RC, Chappell NL, Gish JA. Measuring family perceived involvement in individualized long-term care. Dementia [Internet]. 2007 Feb 26 [cited 2019 Feb 23];6(1):89–104.

Le milieu hospitalier:

  • Crossland J, Robins J, Smith SJ, Surr CA. Impact of a person-centred dementia care training programme on hospital staff attitudes, role efficacy and perceptions of caring for people with dementia: A repeated measures study. Int J Nurs Stud [Internet]. 2016 [cited 2019 Feb 23];53:144–51.

L’aide à domicile:

  • Bensliman R, Callorda Fossati E, Casini A, Degavre F, Macq J, Mahieu C, et al. Les innovations sociales dans l’accompagnement à domicile en Wallonie. Deuxième rapport intermédiaire de la recherche Les innovations sociale [Internet]. Bruxelles; 2016 [cited 2019 Feb 23].
  • Degavre F;, Nyssens M. Care regimes on the move. Comparing home care for dependent older people in Belgium, England, Germany and Italy [Internet]. 2012.